Wyoming Nature, State Parks October 07, 2019
You Could Spend Hours Exploring Keyhole State Park In Wyoming And Still Not See It All
When it comes to spectacular parks, no state can quite match up to Wyoming. You can find the best national parks in the country out West, of course, but there’s a whole lot more to explore here than just Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Check out one underrated Wyoming state park that’s sure to capture your heart.
Keyhole State Park is a gorgeous park and reservoir in Wyoming's black hills region, near Devils Tower.
With more than 15,000 acres to explore by land or by sea, you'll never run out of things to do here!
The Keyhole Dam Trail offers some stunning overlooks of the water, and it's the perfect easy hike for a breezy day.
This 2.1 mile out-and-back trail is just tough enough to get your blood pumping!
Down at water level, you can enjoy a full service marina, swimming beaches, and plenty of fishing opportunity.
The Keyhole Reservoir was completed as part of a damming project in 1952, and since then, it has become a classic Wyoming park.
Camping at Keyhole State Park is one of the best ways to experience this wonderland.
You'll find four cabins, 32 electric sites, 59 non-electric sites, and one treehouse all available for your stay.
That's right - a treehouse! Not only will you enjoy the best views around, but this unique cabin is packed with amenities.
Inside, there's a kitchen with a microwave and a refrigerator (though no running water), plus furniture, an indoor fireplace, a grill, and an outdoor fire pit.
Plan a trip to explore Keyhole State Park and you'll be so glad you did!
Hiking, fishing, boating, and more are waiting for you in the Northeastern part of our great state.
To learn more about renting the Keyhole State Park Treehouse,
For more fun campgrounds in the Cowboy State, read
11 Rustic Spots In Wyoming That Are Extraordinary For Camping. Address: Keyhole State Park, 22 Marina Rd, Moorcroft, WY 82721, USA